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Phal cornu-cervi; 3 different forms

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    Default Phal cornu-cervi; 3 different forms

    My Phal cornu-cervi are blooming at the moment. I only managed to get var chattaladae and var flava a year ago. The type cornu-cervi has been with me for a number of years.

    The dark chocolate coloured one is the var chattaladae; and the yellow one is the var flava.
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    Love them all! but phal cornu-cervi is my fav of the 3.

    I just love the look of these non-phal looking phals!

    Are any fragrant?

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    I have the 3rd one with 10 spikes. Will post a photo when it blooms.

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    Congrats all are very unique and I have all of them, in my garden they never stop blooming I like it so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverhair View Post
    I have the 3rd one with 10 spikes. Will post a photo when it blooms.
    Wow - 10 spikes? Can't wait to see a picture of it. BTW the 3rd spotted cornu-cervi was collected by me from an area that was being cleared for a big sugarcane plantation. You may notice that the 2 lateral sepals have no spots or markings on the inner edge.

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    Sad to hear of natural surroundings being cleared for sugar production! Good that your collecting happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverhair View Post
    I have the 3rd one with 10 spikes. Will post a photo when it blooms.
    Wow - 10 spikes? Can't wait to see a picture of it. BTW the 3rd spotted cornu-cervi was collected by me from an area that was being cleared for a big sugarcane plantation. You may notice that the 2 lateral sepals have no spots or markings on the inner edge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverhair View Post
    I have the 3rd one with 10 spikes. Will post a photo when it blooms.
    Wow - 10 spikes? Can't wait to see a picture of it. BTW the 3rd spotted cornu-cervi was collected by me from an area that was being cleared for a big sugarcane plantation. You may notice that the 2 lateral sepals have no spots or markings on the inner edge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Congrats all are very unique and I have all of them, in my garden they never stop blooming I like it so much.
    Thanks Zainal. You most probably have the best collection of cornu-cervi and other phal species.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Congrats all are very unique and I have all of them, in my garden they never stop blooming I like it so much.
    Thanks Zainal. You most probably have the best collection of cornu-cervi and other phal species.

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    Wow. Looks awesome. great collection Yew Sung.

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    Wonerful photos of some splendid blooms. Tell your 'Phal. friends' that I wish they were here..............................AL

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    Very beautiful, especially the third picture.

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